Jordanian citizen sentenced to imprisonment and fines for attempted suicide

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AMMAN — The court has issued a ruling on a Jordanian citizen in a widely publicized case. The defendant, a taxi driver faced multiple charges and has been sentenced accordingly. His charges included attempted suicide, demeaning employees, and failure to display information card. اضافة اعلان

The court found the defendant guilty of the crime of attempted suicide, in which he has been sentenced to month of imprisonment, and a fine of JD20, and court fees.

Second, the defendant was convicted of demeaning employees, which resulted in a fine of JD50.

In addition, the defendant was found guilty of failing to display the information card as required by law and has been ordered to pay a fine of JD15.

Furthermore, in accordance with Article 72 of the Penal Code, the court exercised its authority to impose the harshest punishment on the complainant. This includes one month of imprisonment, a fine of JD50, and court fees.

The court's verdict, which was reached after thorough examination of the evidence, reveals that the complainant worked as a taxi driver and had previously received a fine from the traffic department for not having the information card properly placed in the designated area. 

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